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Question 94:



No answer provided yet.This question wants you to think about the multiplication rule of probability. That is, if you want to know the probability of two events occurring, you multiply their probabilities. In this case its .36*.36, or the probability that two randomly selected voters will BOTH be democrats is .1296 or around 13%.
See also question 67.

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